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Captain MIKE SORREL

Captain MIKE SORREL

Captain MIKE SORRELCaptain MIKE SORRELCaptain MIKE SORREL

Louisiana native with a passion for catching big fish. 

The sound of your drag screaming is his favorite song.

Call/Text (407) 212-5763

fishing FLORIDA'S NATURE COAST & South Louisiana

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Homosassa Tarpon


It is no secret amongst legendary tarpon guides and world record seeking tarpon fly anglers that Homosassa is the home of the largest tarpon to swim the Gulf of Mexico. And though there aren't as many as there once was, there are still plenty enough to make once as good as it may ever be. Add that fly fishing for tarpon at Homosassa is much more dynamic than the sit and wait method typical along the Florida Keys makes fly fishing for Homosassa tarpon something every fly angler should experience. May-June is the season.

(Full day fly only $650)

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Louisiana Bull Redfish

Fall/Winter in South Louisiana is world famous for catching  record class bull redfish. Words can't describe the difference in fighting power a Louisiana bull redfish measuring over 40" long has over the typical sub 30" redfish caught elsewhere. Add that there are excellent opportunities to sight fish black drum, jack crevalle, garfish, speckled trout, and sheepshead and its no wonder so many anglers from around the world travel to Louisiana every Fall/Winter.

(Full day fly/spin $650)

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Nature Coast Fishing & Scalloping

Many people visit the Nature Coast to see and swim with manatees. However the fantastic fishing is what keeps them coming back. Depending on the season anglers can catch bonita, bluefish, grouper, jack crevalle, redfish, sharks, sheepshead, snapper, speckled trout, snook, and tarpon. And the diversity of wildlife beginning at the numerous freshwater springs, along the creeks, down the rivers, through the mangroves, across the turtle grass, over the coral reefs, and out into the Gulf of Mexico is like no other place in the world. Scalloping is also a Nature Coast summer tradition July-Sept.

(Half Day fly/spin $300, Full Day fly/spin $450)

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WHAT TO BRING

Dress in layers appropriate for the season, and bring polarized sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, rain gear, and whatever food & snacks you want. Cooler with ice and water provided.

For Louisiana fishing charters each angler must purchase their own fishing license, and are available online at: https://la-web.s3licensing.com/Home/Info

Please purchase prior to arrival.

Send us an email to get monthly fishing tips.

EMAIL: mikesorrel@gmail.com CALL/TEXT: (407) 212-5763